From: Adr ien <email@example.com>
Subject: Positive experience with org-element API
Date: Mon, 6 Apr 2020 14:11:11 -0400 [thread overview]
Message-ID: <CAFw-fiB9B3ffptCCmN8ABhLG9u9+mjo39bMePVswsP9PHM=8AA@mail.gmail.com> (raw)
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I just wanted to share a recent positive experience I had with org-mode,
specifically with org-mode parsing in elisp.
I maintain a package that allows users to write curl request in org mode
and execute them. At first, I defined a structure for that org entry that I
was parsing via a series of regex into an alist. But as features grew and
the structure evolved, it was becoming incredibly difficult and hacky to
parse that way. Thankfully, after spending a bit of time with the
org-element API doc and getting some much needed help on the IRC channel, I
was able to replace the hacky regex with a cleaner and more robust
mechanism taking full advantage of `org-element-map`.
In case you are interested in the code, you can see a sample org entry here:
and the parsing code here:
It definitely could me optimized but I am quite happy with it already.
Thanks again to everyone for the help and the doc!
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